Hong Kong-based IoT developer Radcon.io has partnered with Accelerator Centre in Waterloo ON in hopes of offering entrepreneurs support in the IoT and product design space, while helping innovators overcome the challenges of transforming concepts into real world products.
Renowned for its electronic design and Internet of Things (IoT) product development, Radcon.io is equally keen to bolster the startup scene. The new partnership will see Radcon.io share its wide ranging services to assist entrepreneurs and budding innovators.
Accelerator Centre developes and commercializes tech companies
The Accelerator Centre developes and commercializes tech companies. Its award winning facilities and network offer in-house mentors, funding, and learning programs to help companies at every stage, from founding and scaling up to accelerating time-to-market, and aiding in customer acquisition and investment.
What makes Radcon.io especially suited for this task is its focused approach to hardware and IoT product design. It is also unique in its broad range of services, from electronic and mechanical design, software and firmware design and project management to design and product verification, factory selection and oversight, contract and supply chain and vendor management.
Reach their goal during the design and development process
“Developing hardware products is both an exciting and complex process. We are very excited to collaborate with Accelerator Centre to support their members and clients in this area, allowing them to effectively and efficiently reach their goal during the design and development process,” said Conrad Lee, CEO, Radcon.io.
“The Accelerator Centre is excited to offer access to a range of domestic and international services available through our collaboration with Radcon.io. The partnership will help our Clients in the hardware/IoT space to accelerate their success,” said Clinton Ball, director, client programs & initiatives, Accelerator Centre.
Earlier this year, Radcon.io has entered into similar collaborations with Montreal based Relevium Technologies and Kitchener-Waterloo based Open Sky Incubator.